An attitude reboot for those who wish for more happinessNo Matter What Happens, Life Is Still Beautiful! (Stanborough Press, 2017)
You might be experiencing pain or sadness or cruising along doing the same old things. If you’ve ever thought there must be more to life, or if you’ve become complacent, this book is for you. From time to time it is good for everyone to reboot their attitude to life. No Matter What Happens, Life Is Still Beautiful! captures the essence of what it means to make our lives really beautiful.
Author Enrique Chaij has extensive experience as a journalist and editor, writer, speaker, radio host and director of the television show Encounter with Life. He is well known in his native Argentina, where he has received numerous awards. As Chaij explains, we all want to be happy but not all paths lead to this goal. In this book, he manages to keep the reader captivated with encouraging stories that not only illustrate his point but help to make his thoughts easier to remember.
Covering such topics as “Harmony in the Home,” “Interpersonal Relationships,” “Formulas for Success” and “Freedom from Bad Habits,” the author explains how to learn to be optimistic, how to develop great relationships and how to control negative emotions and addictions. With colourful illustrations, No Matter What Happens, Life Is Still Beautiful! is also a beautiful book, interspersed with poetry and catch phrases that will stick with you long after you’ve finished reading.
Even as someone who has a great life, there were many things in this book I learnt to help live life to its full potential. I also discovered things that help me understand what others might be going through and how to support and encourage them in whatever they might be experiencing in their lives.
Life is more than just a read-through; you only get one chance on this earth, so why not make it as beautiful as possible—for ourselves and for others, as God designed it to be.
No Matter What Happens, Life Is Still Beautiful! is available from Adventist Book Centres.